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9 GHz Search & Rescue Radar Transponder (SART)

9 GHz Search & Rescue Radar Transponder (SART) is a self-contained, waterproof radar transponder intended for emergency use at sea. The radar-SART is used to locate a survival craft or distressed vessel by creating a series of dots on a rescuing ship’s radar display. A SART will only respond to a 9 GHz X-band (3 cm wavelength) radar. It will not be seen on S-band (10 cm) or other radar. Shipboard Global Maritime Distress Safety System (GMDSS) include one or more search and rescue locating devices.

Key Features
Scope of Supply

Complied with related IMO/GMDSS requirements.
Designed for reliable operation in the roughest of marine environments.
Lightweight and rugged construction is suitable for placing at life rafts.
Complete set with a life raft mounting kit.
Efficiently assisting ship or survival craft rescue operations.
Compact and Light, suitable for placing at Life raft.
Operates on 9 GHz (3cm) Radar Band.
Designed for Roughest of Marine Environment.
Self-Test Function
5 Years Battery Life

Frequency : 9.2 ~9.5 GHz
Polarization : Horizontal
Vertical beam width : +12.5 Degrees
Azimuthal beam width : Omnidirectional to ±2dB
Radiated power : > 400mW (+26dBm)
Form of sweep : Sawtooth(12 sweeps)
Pulse emission : < 100μS Forward sweep time : 7.5μS ± 1μS Return sweep time : 0.4μS ± 0.1μS Recovery time : < 10μS Response time : < 0.5μS Effective sensitivity : better than -50dBm Duration of operation : 96 hours in standby condition followed by a minimum 8 hours of transmissin while being continuously interrograted by an X-band radar with a pulse repetition frequency of 1KHz at extreme temperatures. Battery life : 5 years Temperature range : Operating -20°C to 55°C, Storage -30°C to 65°C

Main Unit
Installation Material
User Manual